A tablet a day keeps the FCC folks happy, or so it seems. The latest “victim” to fall under the FCC’s spell would be the Acer Iconia Tab A200, where we do know that it will sport Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth connectivity. There are whispers going around that the Iconia Tab A200 is actually the poor man’s version of the far more formidable A500 tablet, and in all probability will still be able to rock to Google’s latest iteration of their Android 4.0 operating system, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.

The recent FCC test reports point out more hardware specifications, including its dimensions that measure 29.6cm diagonally. That makes it around 11.7″, which means it will most probably be a 10″ device with a rather fat bezel. Chances are this will be super thin though, with an educated guess placing it at around 7mm thin. Acer did not say much about the Iconia Tab A200 to date, but since it has already hit the FCC, you can be more or less sure that the real deal will be arriving pretty soon. Now, if only we can get hold of its pricing…

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